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Olympian speaks at Mayor's Prayer Breakfast

The Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast was held in Innisfail last Thursday where attendees listened to guest speaker Lyndon Rush talk about his Olympic Bobsled experience.
Businesses want in on downtown revitalization plan

Businesses want in on downtown revitalization plan

More than 20 business leaders and residents attended the latest downtown association meeting to passionately pitch their views for the future on the Town’s ambitious downtown revitalization plan.

Liberals desperate for any riding candidate

The federal Liberal Party is having serious issues finding a homegrown candidate.

NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS

Aberdeen Welfare Workers update By Flo Quesseth Five ladies attended the March meeting of the Aberdeen Welfare Workers. It was held at the home of Karen and Bill Champ. Roll call was answered with something pertaining to St. Patrick's Day.

Jessie Duncan approved for pre-kindergarten

Parents in Penhold who are seeking out early education for their preschoolers won't have to look far after the launch of a new pre-kindergarten program at Jessie Duncan Elementary School next September.

NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS

Aberdeen Welfare Workers update By Flo Quesseth Five ladies attended the March meeting of the Aberdeen Welfare Workers. It was held at the home of Karen and Bill Champ. Roll call was answered with something pertaining to St. Patrick's Day.

ITT presents The Foursome

Four old college buddies from business school will be reunited in the upcoming Innisfail Town Theatre (ITT) production of The Foursome.

Village celebrates new historic additions

The Innisfail and District Historical Society held its annual general meeting on Tuesday, March 22 and board members spoke about a number of new additions that will be coming to the village this year.

Candidates throw hat in the ring for May 2 election

Campaigning in the Red Deer constituency ramps up this week in the run-up to a May 2 federal election called Saturday after a non-confidence vote brought down the government a day earlier.

Federal election is unwanted but still important

Although most Canadians might agree that the 2011 federal election campaign is both unwanted and a huge waste of public money, the campaign could actually prove to be important for Canada and West Central Alberta.